South East offices

Key towns update of activity

Q3 2021

The Bower

DATA & ANALYSIS

Occupational market data

Investment market data

Rent data

COMMENTARY

Piers Leigh

Principal, South East Offices

Q3 OVERVIEW

Welcome to Avison Young’s South East Quarter 3 2021 update which focuses on 10 key markets, made up of in town and out of town markets, covering the whole of the South East. Quarter 3 saw the much anticipated Freedom Day arrive when many of the restrictions put in place to combat Covid 19 fell away. This has seen an increase in the numbers returning to the office, injecting some much-needed impetus into the market.....

James McFeely

Director, South East Offices

INVESTMENT MARKET

Office occupancy rates have seen a significant increase in Q3 which has translated into improved investor confidence. As we see more employees returning to the office in Q4 and into 2022 with most companies now implementing a hybrid working model we expect further investors to return to the market in search of increased returns.

SOUTH EAST KEY TOWN ACTIVITY

VARSITY CORRIDOR

Cambridge

Milton Keynes

Oxford

M3/M4 Towns

Basingstoke

Reading

Maidenhead

Slough

M25 Towns

Crawley

Guildford, Woking & Weybridge

Watford

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